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My oldest Pit, Deuce(1year), is part rascal. All we can seem to find or hear from others is that the line is short in stature. That makes good sense because he stands no taller than 20inches. I have been very curious about the line and its history since the day we got Deuce but sources just don't seem to be there. Can any of you help me??

We do the same exact thing Tatabubs! lol. We've searched all of Rocko's dogs in his 7th generation more than once. Sometimes if you don't find anything the first time, wait a few months and google search it again... we found pics of a few dogs the second time due to people filling out pedigrees online.
I tried my hardest to find its origin but to no avail. I found several dogs that had Rascal bloodline crossed with some other bloodlines, but I could not find a kennel that had more than one dog with the bloodline in them. From my understanding it is definately a game bloodline. Think Colby.
T-Town Bullies <br /><br /><br />Tucson, Arizona
http://www.freewebs.com/originalbloodlinekennels/

no real backround information on the bloodline tho.
T-Town Bullies <br /><br /><br />Tucson, Arizona
I hate it, but we do not have papers on Deuce. We could have gone back and gotten them but I was crying so when I left the place I never wanted to go back. It was horrific. Deuce was the smallest, worst looking dog in the litter. He and several of his litter mates had dermadex*(red mange). There is no doubt in my mind that if we had not gotten him he would not be around anymore to state it nicely.

With that said, there is no doubt in my mind that the owner/breeder or whatever you would call him didn't know fully what he was talking about. and if he did, it wouldn't suprise me if the bloodlines he claimed were stickly game lines.

sad but true. Deuce is our little miracle
What are a few of the names in the pedigree with 'Rascal' in the name?
From what we understand so far, their is a dog by the name of J. Crenshaw's CH. Rascal... so the 'Rascal' bloodline would be any dog that came out of J. Crenshaw's CH. Rascal, which originated from the Crenshaw bloodline.

Same thing with the 'Eli' bloodline... originated from the Boudreaux bloodline. But because Boudreaux's Eli was such a famed dog back in the day, any dog that came out of him was refered to as having the 'Eli' bloodline, instead of Boudreaux.

Hope this somewhat helps, and you can google search 'J. Crenshaw's CH Rascal' to find out more. We are unsure if their might be a separate Rascal bloodline, but we do believe it originates from the Crenshaw line.
thank you guys so much! i am about to google that line right now! hopefully i can find what we were looking for!
Interview With Legendary Dogman Floyd Boudreaux:::

*F.B.-I was lucky to get BLIND BILLY and RASCAL. I put them together with good results.
*Interviewer-Gaboon Trahan's RASCAL?
*F.B.-Yes, you see Trahan never owned that dog. It should be Boudreaux's RASCAL, like he is registered. I still have the papers here, but I don't care if the rest of the world thinks of him as Trahan's RASCAL. Anyway, I owned that dog and I crossed him with BLIND BILLY. Now RASCAL wouldn't start when he was a young dog and, as a matter of fact, he was stolen one time but because he wouldn't fight, they turned him loose. I saw him in 1957 when I got out of the service and he fought against a big black dog that was out of Cannon's BLACK SHINE and those dogs. At the time we were all arrested, but in those days it was just a misdemeanor, there was nothing against bulldogs really. RASCAL was owned by S.P. and I traded one of RASCAL's sons for him, a young dog called RASCAL JR. This pup only had one testicle, but S.P. took the pup and later sold him. The man that traded RASCAL to me is still alive. RASCAL produced that COUNTRY BOY dog, MARCIANO, and several other good females. As a match dog I think RASCAL was probably overrated. He was a game dog, red and white in color. He also was a bad ear dog just like COUNTRY BOY.I had a female one time, her name was TAMMY. She was by far the smartest dog I've ever owned. She was out of that BLACK SHINE dog and she was the only dog I let into the house. She was real sharp. If she was fighting, for instance, I could call her off and let her sit down with me and send her back anytime I wanted. I bred her both to RASCAL and BLIND BILLY the same time with no more than 5 days or so in between. I did this because both males were old and I really didn't want to miss this breeding. So I first bred BILLY and then bred RASCAL 5 days later, the pups were born about 61 days after I bred BILLY, but some of the pups were spotted just like RASCAL was. She had 13 pups and every pup in that litter was good, all of them were pitworthy. Bob Wallace was here when I bred RASCAL to TAMMY, so I gave him a pup. He named the pup SOCKS and always told everybody he was out of RASCAL. I didn't really care because both BILLY and RASCAL were mine and they both were out of the same female, but people are quick to criticize. The minute they saw a spotted pup they would say he was out of RASCAL instead of BLIND BILLY. I never made a secret out of it and told everybody about it. Most people just wanted to say something, but I knew better. There are so many people making money with these dogs and all they do is deal in pedigrees. I never cared too much about that. I bred my dogs for myself and all they had to do was satisfy me and nobody else. Money is no object when you are trying to breed and raise good bulldogs. I would be rich if I had all the money other people have made by peddling these dogs, but it is against my morals to breed something just for the money if I don't believe in it. Most people that do, don't even know what they are talking about.
I like this cat. Maaad old school. But I like this cat....
good diggin pitbullkisses! I mean DAyUm. lol
T-Town Bullies <br /><br /><br />Tucson, Arizona
Hmmm, so you'll have to figure out which Rascal line it is, Crenshaw or Boudreaux.
Hey,T-Town...I came to have my very 1st Pit Bull..given to me by an 'maaaaaaaaaad old school' Pitman. Soooo...Everything I cut my teeth on was 'old school Pitology'...such as..'Floyd Boudreaux', believed in..and taught. ( I had written you a long reply...but it didn't post...so I'm not going to rewrite it right now. :O) But I will...

And yes...Who knows WHICH 'Rascal' the dog came out of??? Research the other names on Pedigree. :O))
Last update on March 8, 2:51 pm by PitBullKisses.
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Interview With Legendary Dogman Floyd Boudreaux::: *F.B.-I was lucky to get BLIND BILLY and RASCAL. I put them together with good results. *Interviewer-Gaboon Trahan's RASCAL? *F.B.-Yes, you see Trahan never owned that dog. It should be Boudreaux's RASCAL, like he is registered. I still have the papers here, but I don't care if the rest of the world thinks of him as Trahan's RASCAL. Anyway, I owned that dog and I crossed him with BLIND BILLY. Now RASCAL wouldn't start when he was a young dog and, as a matter of fact, he was stolen one time but because he wouldn't fight, they turned him loose. I saw him in 1957 when I got out of the service and he fought against a big black dog that was out of Cannon's BLACK SHINE and those dogs. At the time we were all arrested, but in those days it was just a misdemeanor, there was nothing against bulldogs really. RASCAL was owned by S.P. and I traded one of RASCAL's sons for him, a young dog called RASCAL JR. This pup only had one testicle, but S.P. took the pup and later sold him. The man that traded RASCAL to me is still alive. RASCAL produced that COUNTRY BOY dog, MARCIANO, and several other good females. As a match dog I think RASCAL was probably overrated. He was a game dog, red and white in color. He also was a bad ear dog just like COUNTRY BOY.I had a female one time, her name was TAMMY. She was by far the smartest dog I've ever owned. She was out of that BLACK SHINE dog and she was the only dog I let into the house. She was real sharp. If she was fighting, for instance, I could call her off and let her sit down with me and send her back anytime I wanted. I bred her both to RASCAL and BLIND BILLY the same time with no more than 5 days or so in between. I did this because both males were old and I really didn't want to miss this breeding. So I first bred BILLY and then bred RASCAL 5 days later, the pups were born about 61 days after I bred BILLY, but some of the pups were spotted just like RASCAL was. She had 13 pups and every pup in that litter was good, all of them were pitworthy. Bob Wallace was here when I bred RASCAL to TAMMY, so I gave him a pup. He named the pup SOCKS and always told everybody he was out of RASCAL. I didn't really care because both BILLY and RASCAL were mine and they both were out of the same female, but people are quick to criticize. The minute they saw a spotted pup they would say he was out of RASCAL instead of BLIND BILLY. I never made a secret out of it and told everybody about it. Most people just wanted to say something, but I knew better. There are so many people making money with these dogs and all they do is deal in pedigrees. I never cared too much about that. I bred my dogs for myself and all they had to do was satisfy me and nobody else. Money is no object when you are trying to breed and raise good bulldogs. I would be rich if I had all the money other people have made by peddling these dogs, but it is against my morals to breed something just for the money if I don't believe in it. Most people that do, don't even know what they are talking about.



this is a bullsh@t story, rascal did come out of eli lines,but he was bred by maurice carver,then sold to  crenshaw,,dont believe it, http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com/modules.php?n... ive also got a video with the dog on it,on maurice carvers yard from way back in the day,with don mayfield giving the background of each dog,your dog may come down from that line,of course she may not,you could have been stiffed by a byb,which it sounds like
CH Rascal, a great 8xw, 1xl. Rascal produced more good dogs than many recognized ROM's. With 9 Ch.'s and 1 Gr.Ch. to his credit, Ch.Rascal has had a major impact on the dogs of today. A brother to Wood's Oso Negro and Boudreaux'Lupe.
crenshaws rascal was bred off of <a class="dog" href="http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com/modules.php?name=Public
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